Competitive INFERNO



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Our Inferno Coaches for 2018-2019
U9 Boys -- Jose AmayaU9 Girls -- Frank Sanchez
U10 Boys -- Jesse HernandezU10 Girls -- Rachelle Nielson
U10 Boys -- Lenny Foster/Ryan Porter
U11 Boys -- Jose EscutiaU11 Girls -- Alex Serrano
U11 Boys -- Jose Madrigal
U12 Boys -- Matt SmithU12 Girls -- Rebekah Grindstaff
U12 Boys -- Cesar Riperto
U13 Boys -- Kevin HyerU13 Girls -- Denise Foster
U13 Boys -- Francisco SanchezU14 Girls -- Carly Hume
U14 Boys -- David GarciaU14 Girls --  Brandon Jenkins
U15 Boys -- Ryan PorterU15 Girls -- Ineke Severa
U16 Boys -- Seth VanderpoolU16 Girls -- Chris Siegenthaler
U17 Boys -- Jeremy CaseU17 Girls -- Armando Soto

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Ø U10 and older players must attend tryouts in order to be offered a place on an Inferno team roster.  They must be chosen for the team.

Ø Inferno requires a year long commitment.  This consists of Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 seasons.  Coaches and teams may individually decide to play a winter indoor season if they choose.

Ø Inferno teams play in the Idaho State League-Southern Division….half the games are at home (Brothers Park) and half the games are traveling: Middleton, Meridian, Boise, Nampa, Etc….

Ø Inferno Coaches are USSF Licensed.

Ø Each season, COSC pays the cost for the whole team to play in The Gem State Challenge (in October) and Directors Cup (in May).  These tournaments are held in Boise.

Ø Inferno players are given 2 practice t-shirts at no cost to you.

Ø Inferno costs $360 to register for the whole year plus a $50 uniform (2 jerseys, shorts and socks).  Payment Plans are available.

Ø COSC covers the cost of all Referee Fees, Field Maintenance, Insurance, and State Registration Fees.


Questions: e-mail registrar@canyonoptimistsoccer.com or for 

Spanish Speaking e-mail gusgonzalez1529@gmail.com

All Competitive players must attend at least one day of tryouts.  We encourage players to attend both days.  This gives us a better chance to evaluate skills.  The Inferno Board will select Inferno players based on skill set of the child.  You must be invited and accepted on a roster in order to play competitive.